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  • Preparing for More Tests

    Preparing for More Tests

    Though you may feel classrooms make you study enough, it’s a good idea to do some learning about the things you’ll need to know when classrooms are in your past.

    By: Taylor Engler
    Posted: September 18, 2013
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  • A Mind Now Open, Looking on New Possibilities

    A Mind Now Open, Looking on New Possibilities

    The Real Story Teamers have all navigated high school and are making their ways in the real world. Read on to learn some things they’d do differently if they could.

    By: Jeremy Vinluan
    Posted: September 18, 2013
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  • There's Never a Wrong Time to Get Involved

    There's Never a Wrong Time to Get Involved

    The Real Story Teamers have all navigated high school and are making their ways in the real world. Read on to learn some things they’d do differently if they could.

    By: Rachel Dybicki
    Posted: September 18, 2013
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  • Things I’ve Learned Since I’ve Been Gone

    Things I’ve Learned Since I’ve Been Gone

    Now that I have been out of high school for over a year, I have come to realize that those four years would have been so much easier if I already knew what I do now. Had there been someone to tell me what not to do and what to do, it would have been really helpful that first day of freshman year. However, no matter how much you prepare yourself, there are always those instances when you think it really could not get any worseÑright before it does.

    By: Sharayah Le Leux
    Posted: September 18, 2013
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  • Finding the Right Option

    Finding the Right Option

    Seeing the post-high-school world of choices as a big shopping mall.

    By: Eric Kalenze
    Posted: September 15, 2013
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  • Dear Savvy  Winter 2011

    Dear Savvy Winter 2011

    Melissa is here to answer all your burning college questions!

    By: Melissa Regan
    Posted: September 15, 2013
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  • Making My Decision

    Making My Decision

    Last year when I was searching and yearning for the perfect college, the idyllic Hogwarts-esque institution of my imagination, I guess you could say I had three priorities: running, college-touring, and school (Those last two were interchangeable with reading and hanging out with friends, depending on my mood.).

    By: Sara Gervais
    Posted: September 15, 2013
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  • Reflecting on What is Important for Me - Makenzie

    Reflecting on What is Important for Me - Makenzie

    Senior year is a time to have fun, make memories that will last a lifetime, and of course, spend countless hours applying to the colleges of your dreams. Although the application process may be very time consuming, it will definitely help if you go into it knowing what you want for yourself.

    For example: Size? Location? Major? All of those factors and many more will play into your decision process, helping you along the way.

    As for myself, I think I have a pretty good idea of my priorities when looking for a school. They are: Reputation of the college/ university, my field of interest, and school community.

    By: Makenzie Thiel
    Posted: September 15, 2013
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  • Reflecting on What is Important to Me - Grace

    Reflecting on What is Important to Me - Grace

    The most important factor in my decision making process is proximity, because I want my college to be close to home, my friends, and family, and most importantly I want my decisions to be close to my heart.

    By: Grace Carey
    Posted: September 15, 2013
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  • The Step After Rough Drafts: College

    The Step After Rough Drafts: College

    After high school, I intend to seek out as much knowledge as possible, while mastering the journalism career. My top priorities are developing the skills and knowledge to help me advance in the journalism field, becoming as worldly-minded as possible, and being in an environment that allows me to grow through advancing opportunities.

    By: Alyssa McComb
    Posted: September 15, 2013
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